John T. Livick-Moses, MSW, LCSW
I see therapy as a path for each client to gain both meaningful relief from biopsychosocial-spiritual suffering as well as gaining independent growth alongside positive self-esteem/self-image. My own mode of treatment typically blends a psychoanalytic approach with elements of CBT and psychoanalytic therapy. I am particularly interested in working with clients who have life-long or newly formed symptoms of anxiety, depression, clients concerned with existential questions of meaning and spirituality, and clients working through issues of gender and sexuality. My theological MTS degree from Holy Cross gave me training to approach all religious and spirituality concerns, on top of my clinical training for my MSW from Boston College, where I received training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), and psychodynamic/psychoanalytic therapy.
Anxiety, Attachment Disorder, Depression, Existential issues, Family conflict, Gender and sexuality, Spiritual and religious issues
- Master of Theological Studies, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
- MSW, Boston College School of Social Work